Andhara Early, formerly a little known TV presenter, has made a good career move in her choice to bare not quite all in the first edition of Indonesian Playboy.
The pretty, sweet looking girl with the odd surname made history as the first woman to grace the cover of Playboy Indonesia. Although she has been reported to the police by the Islamic Defenders Front we can be sure her prospects have greatly improved since Indonesians are fascinated, no obsessed, by celebrity, the more scandalous the better.
Andhara was born in the city of Balikpapan, Borneo on 11 September 1979, which makes her younger than me. According to Matamata she weighs 45kg and stands 160 cm tall, which isn't very tall at all. She is the product of a union between Adilwan Astrawinata, father, and Narwia Nara, mother.
She once appeared in the film, "Rumah Ketujuh", Seventh Home, and on television she has appeared in the soap operas "Keluarga Besar 13", Vanya, LUV, and Lupus Milenia 2, and has presented Latin Night on Metro TV, Panco on Indosiar, and Pesta also on Indosiar.
She was once married, to one Ferry Iskandar, whose name I have heard before, a singer, but like most celebrity marriages in Jakarta it was short-lived and surrounded by scandal and rumour during its brief life. A child born to Andhara Early while she was married was rumoured to have been fathered by someone other than her husband, the sort of thing that makes the tabloid press go wild and wild they did go, with Andhara Early lapping up all the attention she could get.
No doubt her life is only going to get more interesting, and complicated, after her sexy poses in Playboy.